We chat with the two leads of Dim the Fluorescents, a wonderful Toronto-made dramedy that won the Grand Jury Prize at the Slamdance Film Festival earlier this year – and opens this Friday in Toronto and across Canada!
This week we get a sense of what life is like for Kvothe’s roving troupe of Edema Ruh, we meet one of Kvothe’s many tutors, and we’re also introduced to a recurring theme of The Name of the Wind: prejudice.
In this episode, Gabby speaks with Sophia Park and Penelope Evans, the co-creators of Arc Symphony and the recently released LOCALHOST.
In this week’s pages, we learn Kvothe’s titles, his epithets “Six-string, Shadicar,” and he tantalizes us with some of his famous deeds.
We recently spoke with Noël Wells about her directorial debut Mr. Roosevelt, self-reflective millennials, the meaning of cats, shooting on film, and, of course, what's on her Dork Shelf.
Mudbound follows the trials and tribulations of two families bound to the land they farm. The film is a sweeping story filled with the realities and struggles of love, war, family, and friendship.